Traverse Landscape Architects: Success Stories (w/ Arthur Eddy, Marie Eddy)

Architects don’t receive a lot of training on business and finance. And staff members with business experience don’t often understand the design side. So, how do these two groups collaborate and run a practice? During this Section Cut interview, Arthur and Marie Eddy of Traverse Landscape Architects shared how they’re using Monograph to speak the same language across groups and get things done faster. From better understanding the project process to determining what’s working and what’s not, Monograph has allowed them to streamline tasks and educate their staff.
Architects don’t receive a lot of training on business and finance. And staff members with business experience don’t often understand the design side. So, how do these two groups collaborate and run a practice? During this Section Cut interview, Arthur and Marie Eddy of Traverse Landscape Architects shared how they’re using Monograph to speak the same language across groups and get things done faster. From better understanding the project process to determining what’s working and what’s not, Monograph has allowed them to streamline tasks and educate their staff.

Interview Takeaways
  • Use Monograph to take stock of business operations
  • Educate people in the whole business
  • Streamline reporting and accounting with Monograph 
  • Understand what’s working
  • Speak the same language
  • Reduce time on monthly invoices
  • Do revenue forecasting as a team
  • Collaborate across projects
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